What is another word for madame?

38 synonyms found


[ mˈadəm], [ mˈadəm], [ m_ˈa_d_ə_m]

Madame is a French term used to refer to a woman of high social status or as a polite way of addressing a woman. However, depending on the context, there are other words that can be used interchangeably with madame. Some synonyms for madame are ma'am, miss, mistress, dame, lady, and widow. Ma'am is commonly used as an abbreviation of madam, especially in English-speaking countries. Miss is a title that denotes an unmarried woman, whereas mistress is an archaic term used to refer to a woman with authority or control. Dame is a title given to a woman who has achieved recognition for her contributions to society, while lady is a formal term used to refer to a woman of class and elegance. Finally, widow is a term used to refer to a woman who has lost her husband.

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Usage examples for Madame

But his vacation began a few days later, and as the inspection of the work on the canals was an urgent matter and the gentlemen could not lose any time, it was arranged that they should leave without delay, while the children, with madame Olivier, were to depart a week later.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Mr. Rawlinson waited only for the arrival of madame Olivier.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
"Farewell, madame, and pray be warned of your danger," whispered another.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever

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